Friday, October 22

tiled hello…

I love having pre-made stenciled items with dried pastes! 
On white card stock I placed the Tim Holtz “Tile” stencil and applied Ranger Transparent Grit Paste to set aside and allow to dry.
The base card is white card stock with a layer of black card stock.
Using the dried main piece and Arteza markers I colored the tiles.
To finish I die cut three of the sentiments , MFT Die-namics “Little Hello”, from black card stock, glued them together and glued it to the front of the card stock.

8 comments:

kiwimeskreations said...

What a great way to make and colour the 'tiles' Arlene, and a beautiful card as a result
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Alyson Mayo said...

Love that background that fades away. The black sentiment is so vibrant on the muted colours. Thanks for sharing with us at Colour Dare :)

Michelle said...

Your background is AMAZING! I love that y ou kept the rest of the card simple. Great use of our colors! Thanks for sharing at Color Dare.

Debi said...

Love the colored texture background against the simple black/white setting. Really makes it POP! Thanks for sharing at Color Dare.

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Rose, always happy when I see you participating in Color Dare's Challenge. Love the clean and simple layout and you've created a very pretty tile stenciled background. I don't usually do stenciled backgrounds but for our next DTC I did, which is not in my comfort zone, but now you have inspired me to dry paste for texture... your card is so pretty and thanks for sharing with us at Color Dare.

Cat Nowak said...

I have never thought to color the paste once it has dried, the effect is fantastic! Wonderful card! Thank you for playing with us at Color Dare!

Melanie R said...

Your card is fabulous, Arlene! I love that you colored the tiles after the paste dried rather than coloring the paste first - no wasted paste! The CAS vibe is perfect. Thank you for playing along with us at Color My Heart Color Dare #467.

Susan Renshaw said...

Love your design!
Thank you for sharing with Color My Heart Color Dare!
Susan
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